Tuesday, September 28, 2010

I've Been "Clawed"!

I'm being interviewed today over at The Claw, which is the blog of the fab-o-luss Sherri who designed my kickin' new header and button.  This is her inaugural interview in a series that she is planning on various bloggers in the bloggedy blog-blog world.  P.S. Sherri...you're under no obligation to use the "You've Been Clawed" tag line.  Too Ashton Kutcher? 

Anyway, go check it out.  It includes more cute pics of Audrey and some background information of our autism journey that I've never even shared here.  Thanks so much to Sherri for taking an interest in special needs parents and for lending me her forum for some autism awareness!

14 comments:

  1. A very interesting interview, and those pics of Audrey are adorable!

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  2. I'm heading over right now to check it out!

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  3. Thanks for letting me interview you, You rock!

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  4. I liked that interview :)and that is a truly cute little girl with a very nice haircut.

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  5. Nice job Lynn and Sherri! Great idea! Loved the rest of the mom and Audrey picture sequence so much! Can't believe you've been hiding those away?! If I had those awesome pix of me and my girls I'd make them into t-shirts and wear them every day until they stank! He he!

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  6. Great answers Lynn! I really think you have opened some eyes for people who didn't know anything about autism. I know I found the last question enlightening.

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  7. Great interview Lynn! I really appreciated all of your answers. So much of what you said had me saying...Yep, that is me. Yep, that is IJ.
    Audrey is blessed to have you, and vice versa I am sure.

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  8. That was a great interview. I loved the pics.

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  9. Thorougly enjoyed that interview! Both interviewer and interviewee did a great job!

    And Audrey is a doll baby!!!

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  10. Loved the interview! I hope to one day be "Clawed" too!!

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  11. I had a chance to come back and actually visit your site.

    I love your honesty and humor and attitude about life!

    Your interview was wonderful and very helpful as I work with children. Thank you!

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